We at Midwives for Haiti wish a very happy Christmas to those of you who celebrate, and a beautiful cozy season to us all. We hope you have enjoyed getting to know our students, our true lights in the darkness!
Our match for the SG Foundation is coming along very well! We only have $5000 left to collect, and we will be matched at $20,000! The SG Foundation has been a faithful supporter for many years, and we are grateful for their continued partnership.
The Haiti house and office are closed for the next two weeks, so our staff and students can take a much needed rest. When they return we will be well into off site clinics placements, and then it is a quick slide into May for graduation! Our students are up to the challenge, and so are we!
When you give to MFH, you not only support a student in receiving a first class midwifery education, but you touch countless other lives. Each midwife can expect to work with over 4000 women during their careers. With 14 students in this cohort, this class has the potential to see That is over 56,000 people treated compassionately and humanely, in a world that is often sadly lacking these attributes.
Thank you as always for your continued support. Please go to www.midwivesforhaiti.org/donate to contribute to the future of Haiti.
Learn more about our Lights in the Darkness!
Your kind donations allow this work to continue;
Haitian professionals serving Haitian people!
Barbara’s desire to serve her community and mentor other young woman is typical for a student at the Nadene Brunk Eads School. Your donation allows professionals like Barbara to become true leaders!
Her ambition and her love of families just shines through! Your donation helps us recruit stellar students like Spontanie from all over Haiti
She has a special interest in rural healthcare, and we know she will be successful in her chosen career path. Please don’t forget to give generously as RIGHT NOW every donation up to $20,000 is matched by the SG Foundation!
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